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How to Pass Business Law

by: Mark Bender, Christina Do

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Publisher: CCH Oxford Universit,1 Oct 14

Category: Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 1922180971
ISBN13: 9781922180971

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Publisher's code - 39670A

How to Pass Business Law was previously published by CCH Australia

How to Pass Business Law is a practical 'how to' guide for students studying business/commercial law as part of a business or commerce degree at Australian universities.

The book guides students to develop required skills, such as the ability to identify issues and structure answers appropriately, as they prepare for and undertake exams. The focus of the book is on how to approach scenario-style exam questions that form the basis of most business law exams. Example questions with comments, annotated answers and advice are presented to guide students in their approach to questions on key topics.

This book is not a summary of the law in every topic in every business/commercial law subject. Rather, it uses key topics covered in most business law subjects to highlight how to approach answering exam questions and develop necessary skills that can be applied to any business law topic.

Mark Bender: Senior Lecturer, Department of Business Law and Taxation, Monash University

Christina Do: Associate Lecturer, Department of Law, Curtin University